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[ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> stephanie: oh bonjuorno i'm just back from italy chris. i don't know what day it is. and i got me a news woman named erica ferrari who is filling in for jacki. good morning. >> good morning. is >> is there an audition of people with italian-sounding names. >> i was forced to come. >> you were not forced but you don't even have to tell me the news. mitt romney flip flopped i while i was gone. >> he has plan flip flopping all along. that's nothing new. >> i didn't even check the news to know that. speaking of the news, erica ferrari in the current news center. >> good morning. congress returns from vacation and president obama is expected to welcome elected officials back with news of wanting to extend tax cuts. basically what is happening house republicans plan to vote to permanently extend the bush-era tax cuts and continue to give rich people a break. but the president's move will likely stir up the pot even fellow democrats like nanny pelosi and schumer want to extend the tax cuts. but the president's pre-election economy is trying to shift from the focu
[ ♪ theme music ♪ ] [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> stephanie: so jacki schechner and i were saying to al gore last night at the current cocktail party how much we hate name droppers. >> yes, you told me to cut that out. >> i was telling stephanie miller i didn't like when she namname dropped names like al gore. i thought that was a little much. >> stephanie: al gore has done a lot of things around the world. >> don't start with me. >> stephanie: i'm throwing this out to people. jacki schechner in the middle of moving from miami in in a middle of a million boxes and doing a spectacular job. i like a really good friend, i got as a house warming gift an unpacking service yesterday. they sent a couple of gals for four hours and she said no. i said to al gore. is that rude? if i have someone break in and have them put everything away, is that a crime. he said is anything damaged. >> i want to put away my own stuff. this is not a house warming gift, which is incredibly generous, whatever i'm right. you're wrong. that's the bottom line. >> stephanie: oh sorry. it's whatever, persnickety cat lad
friday at 11 eastern/8 pacific on current tv. >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ escapade, we'll have a good time ♪ ♪ escapade, leave your worries behind ♪ ♪ escapade, you could be mine ♪ ♪ escapade, an escapade ♪ >> stephanie: yeah. it is "the stephanie miller show." 21 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number. eric boehlert rejoins us from media matters to finish up right-wing world. gretchen carlson, oh boy this is the -- i guess they got the fax from the romney camp. whatever happened to hope and change. it is all the president's fault. >> a lot of the criticism against this president is he hasn't been a unifying president and what people have been disappointed about he set himself up to be a unifying president. that's where the disappointment falls. when you heard about the logo of the campaign about hope and change and unification fits into that and inspiration fits into that. that's where some people are upset now. >> you know what would help? if the republican congress would actu
stephanie's views. >>no bs, authentic, the real thing. >>now, let's hear yours at the only online forum with a direct line to stephanie miller. >>the only thing that can save america now: current television. >>join the debate now. [ music ] >> announcer: stephanie miller . >> stephanie: mm-hmm, okay, all right, we're trying to compete with florida, aren't we. >> yeah, yeah. >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ she's a man-eater ♪ ♪ she's a man-eater ♪ >> not recently. >> stephanie: not since the early '90s. i do like me some t-bone. give me some porn music so i can introduce our associate producer. >> good morning, mama. >> stephanie: t bone is the new professor. you're wearing that t-shirt very well. >> thank you. >> stephanie: that's their job is to wear something tight. >> captain america undershirt. >> i want to match the set. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: that's all you need to do. >> hard to think like that at 4:30 in the morning. >> stephanie: his name is travis bone, our new associate producer. >> greatest porn name eve
] >> announcer: stephanie miller ♪ vogue, vogue, vogue ♪ stephanie stephanie stephanie ♪ grace kelly, picture of a beauty queen ♪ ♪ gene kelly fred astaire ♪ ♪ they had style, they had grace ♪ ♪ stephanie miller ♪ ♪ ladies with an at a tude, fellas that were in the mood ♪ ♪ strike a pose, there's nothing to it ♪ >> stephanie: doing this to me. the male dancers. >> you were trying to vogue but you were covering your face which is the anti-theses of vogueing. >> stephanie: in this lighting. it is better for everyone. all right. 23 minutes after the hour. hump days with sexy liberal hal sparks. oh, did i get an e-mail. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] sexy liberal director said he was having a poop bag issue on the streets of new york this morning. >> i assume he's talking about his dog. >> i wouldn't assume that about new york. i wouldn't. >> stephanie: i can picture him. can't you? wrestle past isically with a poop -- past isically with a poop bag. sexy liberal next saturday is sel
just one more ♪ it's been dumbed down ♪ long before romney ♪ ever did ♪ >> thank you . >> stephanie: 45 minutes after the hour. we'll be back as we close "the stephanie miller show." >> on "the stephanie miller show" in suburban america this [ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] ♪ my name is ♪ stephanie miller. >> that's not my name. that's not my name. >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 50 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12. toll free from anywhere. you know what? pam without john is like a day without sunshine. we heard from pam. ♪ from ohio, it's the john and pam show ♪ ♪ it's the john and pam john and pam john and pam show ♪ >> stephanie: all right. you were saying. good morning john and pam. >> good morning baby cakes again. i'm going to let john talk to you now. i'm working on my third cup of coffee. i need that caffeine. you've got so much. i love you to death. >> stephanie: i love you too. >> we're coming to see you in august. >> in columbus. >> you switch to decaf,
are -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. don't you know, don't you know ♪ >> uh-huh. >> the -- they show a bad company special every once in a while, and they show pictures during this song of dead rock stars they put up a picture of what somebody thought was john bonnham and is actually mick fleetwood. >> oh, no. >> they just announced they are getting back together. >> as my mom used to call them geekwood flat. stephanie your geekwood flat tickets arrived. [ laughter ] >> all right. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie cutter who is going to marry me and not jim -- said obama's deputy campaign manager just in case you just tuned in the story of the morning, he said either romney was misrepresenting his position at bain to the sec, which is a . . . felony! [♪ dramatic music ♪] >> or he was misrepresenting his involve in the bain capital to the american people. the romney camp said president obama's campaign hit a new low when one of its senior advisors made a reckless and unsubstantiated charge to reporters about mitt romney that was so over the top it c
ttv thing. >>now, let's hear yours at the only online forum with a direct line to stephanie miller. >>the only thing that can save america now: current television. >>join the debate now. [ music ] ♪ ♪ yeah this is a story -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ nasty, dog ♪ ♪ bow, wow, yippy you, yippy yay ♪ >> who let the dogs out. >> yeah, we were going to play this and i was going to bring my dogs on stage. but then max just had a seizure, and then i would have been arrested -- and then max would have taken one of his giant poos. clean up after my [ censor bleep ] like you always do. that's your bag, baby. [ laughter ] >> we're writing jacki love letters. we miss each other desperately. we're testing the lines here at current. >> we are entirely too close now. >> yeah, we're really clingy. >> really clingy. >> all right. so it just gets -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] . >> -- gets beautier and beautier. [ laughter ] >> he said it's government not cultures that define the difference between israelians and palestinians. i'm sure governor romney was
currenttv you've heard stephanie's views. >>no bs, authentic, the real thing. >>now, let's hear yours at the only online forum with a direct line to stephanie miller. >>the only thing that can save america now: current television. >>join the debate now. [ music ] ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ [ inaudible ] ♪ >> oh my goodness. oh, my god jim, we're on the kiss cam! come here! >> president obama and the first lady refused to kiss on the kiss cam. [ applause ] >> i think it is a good idea if you did that. >> do it. >> so someone probably went up to the kiss cam and said put them on camera again. >> if you and i were on the kiss cam, you would gouge your own eyes out before you touched me -- [ laughter ] >> yeah, why do you think there is this much space between us. >> the definition of coyote ugly. >> wow. i bring your quiche and this is the thank i get. >> hi you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> i hope they continue to push mitt romney's tax returns. >> i just think that when you have even republicans saying this is just so arrogant it's just -- i
at current.com. more stephanie is coming up. ♪ >>(narrator) bill press is on current tv. >>liberal and proud of it. >>(narrator) unafraid, outspoken, and above all politically direct. >>we'll do our best to carry the flag from 6 to 9 every morning. the real world and politics collide on "the gavin newsom show". this week: can a futurist really predict the future? find out on "the gavin newsom show". only on current tv. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ i'm walking on sunshine, woe ho ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good. hey all right now ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ >> uh-huh. it is the "stephanie miller show" show. turned up to 11 today. jim ward is back at full strength. >> hi! >> i was doing some mo-cap yesterday. >> you were wearing ping-pong balls. >> did you bring your balls today? >> yes. they are wright where they belong. >> good. jonathan krohn was that 13-year-old who gave a speech at cpac and then he grew some hair of his nether region and now he is a liberal. >> he
's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good hey all right now ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ >> uh-huh. it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome it to, 6 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. stephaniemiller.com, check it out. you can email us all there. oh sexyliberal.com, for the sexy liberal tickets big l.a. show this saturday. >> uh-huh. >> by the by -- >> what? >> -- i have one more thing to blame mitt romney for -- [ ♪patriotic music♪ ] >> what? >> we talked about bain and what he did, and we know what we're talking about because we are sitting in clear channel who was taken over by bain and what happened? they fired lots of people and piled tons of debt on us. >> that's right. >> on k-talk it still has last year's dates for the sexy liberal tour. [ screaming ] [ explosion ] >> i thought he was going to explode. >> why would they have that? >> just to mess with us. >> because we have great people that work here, but they all have 17 jobs.
majority of the county says: "tax the rich don't go to war." ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. let's dance ♪ >> what was the album that introduced stevie ray vaughn to the rest of the world outside of austin. [ applause ] >> thank you. >> we'll talk about mix jagger and david bowie later -- [ laughter ] >> not exactly news. >> he is going through some cha-cha-changes. >> in the face and lips -- >> what? >> oh, hi karl frisch. >> didn't mean to hang up on you earlier. >> no worries, i thought it was daddy issues, and then right to the hang up. [ laughter ] >> all right. dave ramsey christian economic advisor. >> oh, boy. >> that seems like a contradiction in terms. >> shouldn't they just be able to take out a needle and say if you can fit through this -- >> where would jesus hide his money. >> this is what is driving unemployment as much as anything. 64% of americans work for a company that has less than 500 employees. so you are paralyzing the number one jobs creator in america. that's a freaking economic fact. >> freaking -- >> that's how you know. because it'
. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ i'm talking on sunshine, woe ho ♪ ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ hey all right now ♪ >> and yes it's foggie outside. ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ >> we got ourselves a window. is it cloudy where you are? >> no. >> call now. >> we don't do that anymore. >> 1-800-steph-1-2. >> they about it related but that do be brothers. >> oh, god. >> i think i'm going to start being a radio buker. >> we're this close to '70s songs and -- >> we did songs for a whole summer. >> in producer land it's the stretch -- stretch all summer. >> and i think it was smack dab in the middle -- in between presidential elections, so that summer was nothing. >> yeah. >> the bad news is we have had tragedy this summer the good news is there are still republican idiots around to say stupid things about it. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> you mean like goemer. >> no, today is russell pierce, no relation to charlie. >> yeah, the arizona author -- >> russell pierce cl
. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's "the stephanie miller show." ♪ i'm walkin' on sunshine ♪ ♪ i'm walkin' on sunshine ♪ ♪ and it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ hey, all right now ♪ ♪ time to feel good ♪ >> it is "the stephanie miller show." good morning, america! i'm john fuglesang filling in for steph all week long in spite of overwhelming popular demand and a very, very impassioned letter from bishop desmond tutu. i will be with you monday through friday joined in the chris lavoie seat by mr. tony sorrentino. great to have you here. >> good morning, sir. >> we'll be filling in on what steph calls vacation. i do hope things are going well and her doctors are taking good care of her. it is going to be a great week here on "the stephanie miller show." i'm very honored to be here. current tv of course is broadcasting the show now. if you didn't know that, do yourself a favor, you can watch the show on tv while listening to it on the radio which is always fun to h
. we are back with more stephanie after the break. you are going to want to join us. stay with us. ♪ >> this court has proven to be the knowing, delighted accomplice in the billionaires' purchase of our nation. >> and you think it doesn't affect you? think again. what makes hershey's s'mores special? pure chocolate goodness that brings people together. hershey's makes it a s'more... you make it special. pure hershey's. with lysol kitchen soap hands are healthy. with lysol kitchen soap, washing dishes is easy. with lysol kitchen soap surfaces are clean. hands. dishes. surfaces. the lysol no-touch kitchen system: the only all-in-one kitchen soap. try it for yourself. lysol. mission for health. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho, it's time to feel good hey, all right now ♪ >> wee! it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. oh, i like it when he shakes those man boobs. here he is. >> stephanie. >> he wasn't have man boobs.
old. i also had a chance to visit with ali's best friend, stephanie davis who is 21. stephanie was downstairs with ali and ali's parents when i walked into the room. i don't think this story has been heard. at least i hadn't read it yet. i wanted to share it with you. when the gunman initially came in and threw the canisters, he threw them only a few feet away from ali and stephanie, who were sitting there watching the film. ali stood up saying that she might need to do something or at least warn the other people who were there. and she was immediately shot. she was shot in the neck and it punctured a vein and immediately she started spurting blood. and apparently, as she dropped down on the floor, stephanie, 21 years old, had the presence of mind to drop down on the ground with her, pull her out of the aisle, place her fingers over where ali had been wounded and applied pressure the entire time while the gunman was still shooting. ali told stephanie she needed to run. stephanie refused to go. instead, actually, with her other hand, called 911 on her cell phone. once the s.w.a.
♪ anie miller show." on current tv. i am not stephanie miller obviously. i'm chris lavoie. that is jim ward right over there. stephanie is taking care of her puppy max who had a medical issue last night. jacki schechner is in the current news center and we still have a lot of stuff coming out of aurora, colorado. was it -- yeah 12 people killed at a midnight showing of the dark knight rises last night. and several people hurt and more news coming out as we speak. so let's go right to jacki schechner. and we'll check in with you after the top of the hour. >> it's like a big puzzle. we're just putting pieces together at this point. good morning, everybody. schedules are shifting and politics is being put aside obviously as people are reacting to the new coming out of colorado. you're now watching cell phone video, taking outside of the movie theater with james holmes walked into a midnight screening of the dark knight rises and opened fire. 12 people are dead and we're hearing anywhere between 38 and 50 people wounded. a four-month-old we heard was injur
[♪ theme music ♪] >>> good morning. it's a the "stephanie miller show." this is john fugelsang, filling in for steph yet again. welcome, we're glad you are going to be spending your thursday morning with us. mitt romney has finally achieved the quintuple flip flop on health care. but first jacki schechner. >> what is that flip flop? is that 6.8? 7.2 difficulty? >> what is that? >> the flip flop. >> it's amazing. mitt has managed to contradict his advisor while sigh mull contain lousily agrees with the republicans and the supreme court. >> all right. good morning. everybody. president obama is launching his bus tour today. he is going to be in northern ohio, and western pennsylvania. it's an effort to reach out to blue color man. manufacturing is down, but a preliminary reports about jobs numbers out tomorrow show they will be decent. they are also not going to move the unemployment rate too much. but the good news for the president is that ohio and pennsylvania both have unemployment numbers lower than the national average. ohio in particular its rate has drop
. stephanie was downstairs with ali as well as her parents when i walked into the room, and i do not think this story has been least i had not read it yet, but i wanted to share it with you. when the gunman came in and through the canisters, he threw them only a few feet away from ali and stephanie. ali stood up, seeing she might need to do something or at least warn the other people who were there, and she was immediately shot, and she was shot in the neck, and if punctured obtain -- a vein, and immediately she started spirting blood, and apparently, as she dropped down on the floor, stephanie, 21 years old, had the presence to drop down on the ground with her, pulled her out of the aisle, to place her fingers over where ali had been wounded, and applied pressure the entire time while the gunman was still shooting. ali told stephanie she needed to run. stephanie refuse to go. instead with her other hand, she called 911 on her cellphone. once the swat team came in, but they were still trying to clear the theater. stephanie, with the help of several others, carried ali across two parking lo
with allie young. allie is 19 years old. i also have the chance to visit her best friend, stephanie, who is 21. she was downstairs with allie and her parents. i do not think this story has been heard, at least i had not read it yet, but i wanted to share it with you. when the gunman initially came in and through the canisters, he threw them only a few feet away from alley and stephanie, who were watching the film. allie stood up, seeing that she might need to do something or warned the other people who were there. she was immediately shot. she was shot in the neck. ein and ured a vai immediately she started spurting blood. apparently, as she dropped down on the floor, stephanie, 21 years old, had the presence of mind to drop down on the ground with her, pulled her out of the aisle, placed her fingers over where she had been wounded, and apply pressure the entire time while the gunman was still shooting. she told stephanie she needed to run. stephanie refuse to go. instead, with her other hand, she called 911 on herself and -- her cell phone. when the swat team came in, they were still tr
[♪ theme music ♪] >>> good morning, and welcome to the "stephanie miller show" on current tv. i guess it's "talking liberally" here is what i should say. welcome to "talking liberally." i'm john fugelsang. thank you so much for joining us. so much going on in the world today considering that nothing is going on in the world today because everyone is still on vacation in washington, d.c. the only way to have anything going on is to have the power and grace of jacki schechner. >> good morning. >> good morning. it's my last day to suck up to you. >> you have doing a good job. >> you are only one of the journalists in television who got it right on the supreme court ruling last week. >> stop. >> fox and that other channel are very jealous of you and your power. >> if only that was true. employers added 80,000 jobs last night. it all keeps the unemployment rate at where it has been at 8.2%. the unemployment remains higher at 11%. we're expecting the president to talk about these numbers amongst other things while on his bus tour in ohio. in other news new york repres
been reporting from the scene since early this morning and will co,, >> stephanie: you're not dressed yet. >> dayzee: no. i don't want to rush this. >> stephanie: oh. (chuckles) i don't blame you. it's such a... (inhales sharply) lovely feeling waking up on your wedding day. >> dayzee: yeah, especially in this beautiful home. thank you again. >> stephanie: oh, i wouldn't have it any other way. >> dayzee: everyone has just been so incredible-- you, eric, thomas. it's so overwhelming. (laughs) >> stephanie: well, that's because you're a special person, and everybody wants you to be happy. >> dayzee: oh. >> stephanie: and a wedding is the best possible excuse to have someone happy. >> dayzee: yes. (chuckles) >> stephanie: so, um, you heard from the groom? >> dayzee: no, not yet. >> stephanie: oh. wait till he sees
[♪ theme music ♪] >> it's a the "stephanie miller show." good morning, this is john fugelsang, with mr. hal sparks joining you this morning for the full three hours, in lieu of steph. we hope you are doing well. we have great guests today. >> yeah. in and out of studio. >> david bender will be calling in. come media dean obadalla and alonso bodden who is the winner of last comic standing will be joining us. >> he did a charity event for motorcycle safety. >> he will be joining us. and it will be a lot of fun, but not as much fun as spending your morning for a few moments with jacki schechner. >> good morning, everybody, drug maker galaxosmithkline is set to pay $3 billion in what is the largest health care fraud settlement in us history. they failed to report possible problems with a diabetes drug. a cardiologist was one of the first to discover the link. between avandia, and an increased risk of heart attack. $1 billion will pay off criminal fines and the other $2 billion pays for civil and other charges. mitt romney's campaign said it raised $4.6 million in t
or be the difference between life or death. life in san jose, now back to you. >> thech, stephanie. >>> christian bale, the actor who plays batman in "the dark knight rises" paid a special visit to aurora, colorado, tonight. bale met with the victims of the theater mass shooting today. a spokesperson for warner brothers said bale made the trip on his own and was not there representing the studio. >>> we're continuing to discover amazing stories of heroism tied to the tragedy. as jay gray shows us, countless lives were saved on that fateful night by seemingly ordinary people showing extraordinary bravery. >> reporter: police and federal agents are back at the theater and the suspect's apartment now. as investigators continue to uncover evidence, this shattered community is finding strength in the stories of heroes like stephanie davies. >> ally told stephanie she needed to run. stephanie refused to go. >> reporter: president obama first introduced us to stephanie and ally young after a sunday hospital visit. two young women who come to define the phrase best friends for life, with the emphasis on life.
to the weather channel's stephanie abrams, also keeping an eye on the heat wave for us. stephanie, good morning. >> good morning, jenna, and good morning to you at home. let's look at what we're talking about right now with heat advisories, extending from the plains to the midwest, to the mid-atlantic and into the northeast as well. so, just how hot is it going to get? well, we are currently seeing our temperatures into the 80s, our heat indices nearing 90 degrees into places like detroit. and then as we head into the afternoon hours, triple-digit readings yet again for many of you. kansas city, st. louis, down into chattanooga and also into columbus as well. but there's some relief in sight. we're going to get a dip in that jet stream. so, look at chicago. jenna, we've seen our temperatures there over 100 degrees. we're going to be in the 80s by sunday. >> all right, stephanie. thank you very much. and we're going to get the rest of your forecast in just a moment. >>> but first, we want to talk about that chimp attack in south africa that nearly killed an american who was working at jane goode
is coming to one place. stephanie gosk is there for us tonight. stephanie, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. well, it is a big day and a big test for olympic organizers. a record was broken at heathrow today for the number of passengers they handled. 237,000. many of them are olympic athletes that flew in from around the world. they were met by an army of volunteers that ushered them through immigration and helped them get their gear, their javelins, kayaks, sails, all of that stuff had to be flown in including 1,000 guns that are going to be used in competition. given those challenges, there were very few delays at the airport and very few delays on the road. the exclusive olympic lanes with openings today for the first time. and there were new signs of the massive security operation that is in place in the city. they put in place on apartment buildings around east london these surface-to-air missiles we've been talking about. this is just one layer of a multi layered defense to protect that air space above the olympic park. brian? >> stephanie, what about a weather report?
to raisethe federal mininium wa. wage.it's currently 7.25 an hour.but mayor stephanie rawlings-blake wants the minimum wage increasedto nearly ten dollars anhour by the end of 20-14. (mayor) "and you hear the detractors say well it'll shut down the economy, no. when you raise the minimum wage, that's just more money into the econom" economy."but some retailers say increasing the minimum wage will force them to increase wages for all their workers... and could wind up causingsome employees to be laid off. you've heard the saying - one man's trash is another man's treasurer. well... government officials in anne arundel county are now turning trash from the local landfill... into cash.melinda roeder explains how it's being used to fuel homes. homes. melinda: coverting trash into electricity. it cost 6-and-half million dollars - just to get the project started... but they say it'll pay for itself in no time. ------------------------ take vo---------------------when trash decomposes, it creates methane gas. and until now... the county would collect and then burn off that unwanted gas.but wit
, is there any relief in sight? >> weather channel stephanie abrams is at the map with the fork. >> good morning to you, lester and jenna. no relief in sight. 61% of the u.s. is in drought. there it is in color from coast to coast, border po border. very hard to get away from it. and i was looking at our forecast the next five days. satellite and radar, basically this is what it's going look look like as we head throughout the workweek. the most rain i could find, up to three inches from the tennessee area up to the ohio/watch watest virginia bord. >>> time for a check of this morning's other top stories from tom at the news desk. hey, tom, good morning. >> good morning, everyone. members of a boston church are praying for the safe return of their pastor kidnapped in egypt. refuse vend michelle lewis was abducted along with a female member as a tour guide. he said he will let them go when his uncle is released from prison. >>> a blaze 50 miles northeast of sacramento burned 2,000 acres since wednesday and destroyed at least one home. 170 more are threatened. the government is calling for reinfor
a chance to visit with ali's best friend stephanie davis, who is 21. stephanie was actually downstairs with ali, as well as ali's parents when i walked into the room and i don't think this story has been heard, at least i hadn't read it yet, but i wanted to share it with you. when the gunman initially came in and threw the canisters, he threw them only a few feet away from ali and stephanie, who were sitting there watching the film. ali stood up, seeing that she might need to do something or at least warn the other people who were there and she was immediately shot. and she was shot in the neck and it punctured a vein and immediately she started spurting blood. and apparently as she dropped down on the floor, stephanie, 21 years old, had the presence of mind to drop down on the ground with her, pull her out of the aisle, place her fingers over where she -- where ali had been wounded and applied pressure the entire time while the gunman was still shooting. ali told stephanie, she needed to run, stephanie refused to go, instead, actually with her other hand, called 911 on her cell phone.
visited at the hospital was 19-year-old allie youngs. her best friend stephanie davis was in there, too and the story of how 21-year-old stephanie saved her best friend crystalized the resilience of community and their will to survive. president obama wasted no time reminding the nation about what it takes to overcome a tragedy like the one in aurora. he said it takes people like 21- year-old stephanie davies whose friend allie young was shot through the neck through a vein after standing up when the gunman threw the first canister. stephanie called 911 with one hand while keeping pressure on her friend's wound with the other. >> stephanie with the help of several others carries alliy across two parking lots to where the ambulance -- allie across two parking lot to where the ambulance was waiting and because of stephanie's timely actions i just had a conversation with allie downstairs and she's going to be fine. >> reporter: the president wants the focus to be on young people like allie and stephanie saying they represent the best in all of us. some of the attention, though, will also
on pennsylvania voter suppression efforts we are going to turn to stephanie singer the city's top elected official. stephanie joins us from philadelphia. stephanie, thank you for coming inside the war room. >> it's great to be here. >> those numbers are incredible 760,000 up to that money could be disenfranchised. how concerned are you, and how do you know that the number is so high? >> well i am very concerned, and i should say that i know these numbers because they were issued by the department state. the republican department of of state. and i can't say how accurate they are because, like many other things the department of state is not -- there is a lot they are not telling us. they haven't told us yet how they actually calculated those numbers. >> so, well, let's look at some of the language in the law. here are some of the acceptable forms of photo id. you can have the government issued photo id of course issued by the state, probably like a pennsylvania driver's license. >> that's right. >> you can have a u.s. passport a military id a student id f
and the folks in charge of security say they are, too. our own stephanie gosk joins us tonight from inside the park for the first time. stephanie, good evening. >> good evening, brian. they've been rehearsing opening ceremonies and you can hear the music from where we are. today government officials met for the first time for a security briefing that will happen every day to ensure the athletes that come here and the people that come here to watch them are safe. today u.s. tennis star and olympian venus williams returned to wimbledon not with a racket but with the torch. across town at the police command and control center robert broadhurst had his eye on the torch, too. he is in charge of 9,000 police officers for the olympics -- on the ground, in the water, and in the air. they are prepared, he says, for any kind of threat. >> the biggest threat of course is terrorism but the likelihood of that is very, very small. >> reporter: more likely an attack on a softer target. in a city of more than 8 million people there are a lot of them. there are more than 6,000 buses in london. it would be
of help. our report from nbc's stephanie gosk in london. >> reporter: at london's olympic park, british soldiers are doing a job very few imagined when they enlisted. manning metal detectors and searching bags. the private company g4s hired by the government was supposed to provide 10,000 security guards, but last week admitted they were at least 3,500 short. and on any given day, they don't know how many of the employees they do have will even show up. the british military and police are filling the gap. today the head of g4s got a grilling in parliament. >> it's a humiliating shambles for the company, yes or no? >> i cannot disagree with you. >> reporter: the problem continues to grow at olympic venues around the country. 180 local policemen had to fill in today at this hotel for olympic soccer players north of london. members of parliament want to know how this could have happened. >> day by day we started to realize that the pipeline and the people we thought we were going to be able to deliver, we couldn't. >> reporter: with just ten days before opening ceremonies, olympic organize
stephanie, i'm stunned that running a house like this without a permit isn't against the law. >> reporter: jessica, it's not against the law. it's called board and room care. you don't need a permit, don't need a license. it's very different from, of course, a senior living facility like the one we're standing in front of which has health care professionals on hand and a multilingual staff. this is more expensive so people are trying to save money. but it could end up costing more. the five family members in the cortona home accused of abusing 12 mentally disable ed adults. anyone can do this free of a background check, free from any regulation or supervision. there are safe guards already in place for people who take care of children but prosecutors say the elderly and dependent adults are often just as vulnerable. >> many of them didn't speak english, they suffered from severe mental illnesses and they were very vulnerable. they were taken advantage of. >> recently our county is investigating the notion of all caregivers having permits. if they have permits that would requi
with allie's best friend stephanie davis, who is 21. when the gunman initially came in and threw the canisters, he threw them only a few feet away from allie and stephanie, who were sitting there and watching the film. allie stood up, and she was immediately shot. she was shot in the neck, and it punctured a vein. and immediately she started spurting blood. and apparently as she dropped down on the floor, stephanie, 21 years old, had the presence of mind to drop down on the ground with her, pull her out of the aisle, place her fingers over where allie had been wounded and apply pressure the entire time while the gunman was still shooting. allie told stephanie she needed to run. stephanie refused to go. instead actually with her other hand called 911 on her cell phone. because of stephanie's timely actions, i just had a conversation with allie downstairs, and she is going to be fine. >> again, the president with an amazing story of survival. out of respect for the shooting victims, major movie studios did not release their weekend box office numbers but the hollywood reporter esti
a number of different programs, and stephanie will talk about the programs that she overseas, the comprehensive crisis. and charlie will talk about the other issues that we do. >> good morning, supervisors. if so the director of crisis services. as he gave a good overview of our services, i will talk in more detail and get through as quickly as i can. we provide services to those with mental health issues -- with emergency response services. we are composed of five different components, with the adult crisis and the crisis response service, we are 24 hours, seven days a week. responding to scenes of stabbings, shootings and domestic violence. we respond to 80 incidences' per year, with 100% of the clients exposed to the trauma. we have a 70% exposure rate to trauma, and this serves approximately 150 clients per year, with 80% being survivors of trauma. the client service service want thousand clients per year. we are a multi-disciplinary team, with marriage and family therapists, workers who are exposed and have experienced the first populations. we have the linguistics -- an
strength in these heroes. >> stephanie refused to go. >> president obama introduced us to stephanie and allie, best friends for life, with the emphasis on life. >> we were lying there, literally in the mouth of help. there is smoke, explosions, bloody, dust. when she hit the floor first. >> i remember opening my eyes. on the ground. there is blood everywhere. i just told her get up. we had to go. >> a bullet had pierced her neck and she struggled to breathe. >> there was blood everywhere. she put her fingers over my carotid artery. what she kept pressure on the wound and try to keep quiet. >> to town meeting be quiet and stay down because he was walking up and down the aisle shooting people. >> she helped carry her friend waiting ambulance, one of the first people she saw, her dad. >> she cannot talk because she has a breathing tube down her throat with avery board to ride on in the first thing she wrote my steph?""where's a simple message to let her know she had not mostar best friend. >> warner brothers has made a significant contribution. in aurora, wbal-tv 11 news. >> as one yea
hugging the president, she is stephanie davies and she is a hero. that night, her friend had been shot in the neck. she could have run to the street to save her own life. instead, she safed her friend's. >> stephanie, 21 years old, applied pressure the entire time while the gunman was still shooting. >> we both survived. more than i can ask. >> and it's something we will go through together. >> reporter: tonight, the first time speaking publicly. >> the next thing i know, she is telling me, stay down. and i'm like, i can't breathe, i can't breathe. do something. she is like, stay quiet. >> i see him up there and i'm hearing him yell at people. and then you just hear the rounds going off. boom, boom, boom, boom. >> that's all i could hear. the rounds. >> reporter: there were others that night, four men who had no connection to one another, all had the same instinct to put themselves between the gunman and the night at the movies. all four died saving another life. >> he was a hero to me and so many other people. way before that awful night. >> reporter: one, alex teves was 24 and had ju
in a minute. >>> we begin with the return of the brutal heat. the weather channel's stephanie abrams in for al this morning. >> good morning. we'll talk more about the heat in just a minute. but first i want to take you into houston and talk more about the lightning strike that killed two during a soccer game and injured another. they were taking shelter under a tree, the absolute worst spot you can be because lightning will go to the highest point. one man died at the scene, a second taken to the hospital, a third treated for burns. >>> the temperatures, the plains, midwest all the way to the northeast, we will see the 90s. we will see the triple digit readings yet again, all thanks to a big high pressure that is sitting over the area. that is keeping us baking here. you can even see portions of the plains. there is the ridge with the jet stream to the north. allows the warm temperatures to go far to the north as well. there is a cool-off in store. we'll see temperatures back towards average. chicago, mid-80s, back there by wednesday. >> stephanie, thank you. >>> temperatures rising on the ca
very much. >>> so how long will the heat wave last? the weather channel's stephanie abrams is upstairs with the details. >> good morning to you both. good morning to you at home. unfortunately we're going to see it for another several days. look at this, where we are going to see that heat index above 100 degrees. it is not just the heat, but you have to factor in that humidity. so why is it so hot? our jet stream is very far to the north. what does that mean? warm air could go as far north as that jet stream, so we are seeing those 100 degree temperatures yet again. st. louis, louisville, atlanta, all the way down to albany, and it is july 1st, and here say look at our outlook for the month. it looks like that heat is going to continue across the country, above normal temperatures for a big chunk of the nation. peter? >> all right, stephanie, thank you very much. >>> we'll get the rest of your national forecast in just a minute. >> time for a check of this morning's other top stories. for that we go to ron mott at the news desk today. good morning. >> hey, peter. jenna, good morning t
in colorado, some incredible stories of survival and friendship. best friends stephanie davies and ali young seen here with president obama stuck together during the rampage. stephanie applied pressure to ali's gun wound. >>> you hear a lot about i'm serious, we compare our direct rates side by side to find you a great deal, even if it's not with us. [ ding ] oh, that's helpful! well, our company does that, too. actually, we invented that. it's like a sauna in here. helping you save, even if it's not with us -- now, that's progressive! call or click today. no mas pantalones! >>> you hear a lot about miracles and you hear about heros. miracles and heros, they're the best we have right now. despite the heart ache, there's comfort in that. >> reporter: in a community draped in sadness, there are tiny miracles being born every day. like baby hugo. born to katie and caleb medley just after 7:00 a.m. this morning. katie and calleb are high school sweethearts. they knew kale katie was expected to deliver this week so as a tweet took in the midnight showing of "the dark knight rises." calleb was sho
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